London Art Week, Mayfair and St James’s, London, 1st – 8th July 2016
This is a really special gallery-led festival of art dating from antiquity to the 20th century. There is a combination of nearly fifty dealers and three major auction houses who are bringing a tempting mix of subjects ranging from Greek coins, arms and armour, stained glass, sculpture and fine art in all its disciplines.
Specialist exhibitions include:
Vanitas / Memento Mori and The Crucifixion by Paolo Uccello at Agnew’s
Art & Adornment: Treasures of Combat at Ariadne Galleries
Early European Sculpture at Arcadia Cerri Fine Art
Inter-War Paris: Works on Paper at Aktis Gallery
European Master Drawings (1545-2015) at Didier Aaron Ltd.
Deities & Daily Life at Charles Ede
Gilded Light; 16th-century stained glass roundels from the collection of Sir Thomas Neave and other private collections at Sam Fogg
Flint Marble Bronze from the Mediterranean and Beyond at Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch Ltd.
Dutch Flower Pieces 1607-1814 and Aspects of British Impressionism at Richard Green Fine Paintings
17th Century Still Life and Song Yu at Johnny Van Haeften Ltd.
Horses, Rulers, and Victory in the Art of Ancient Greek Coinage at Kallos Gallery
Of Gods and Men at Daniel Katz Gallery
Antonio Joli (1700 – 1777): Views of Italy at Lampronti Gallery
Classicism Reimagined: Master Paintings and Sculpture 1700-1900 at Lullo•Pampoulides
Material X at M&L Fine Art
Traveller-artists in the Far East: Views in India, China and Indonesia at Martyn Gregory
Bronze Animal Sculptures by Rembrandt Bugatti at The Sladmore Gallery
Drawing Inspiration: Sketches and Sketchbook Pages from the 19th and 20th Century at Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Antique Inspiration at Tomasso Brothers Fine Art
From Wax to Bronze – Themes and Materials in Sculpture at Trinity Fine Art Ltd.
Object in Focus: An Archaic Greek Bronze Griffin Protome at Rupert Wace Ancient Art
Cornelius Johnson: Painter to King and Country at The Weiss Gallery
Preview -Thursday: 3pm to 8pm
Friday 1st July – Friday 8th July: 10am to 6pm
Weekends: 12 noon to 5pm
Friday 1st July – Friday 8th July: 9am to 5pm
Saturday 2nd July: 12 noon to 5pm
Sunday 3rd July: 11 noon to 5pm